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Subject: Good Second Set
Not much going on in the first set here beyond average playing in an above-average year for the Boyz. Highlight is The Other One, and even that falls a little short compared to other versions from '71.
Second set, however, is much better. Tighter and more energetic versions of everything here. Highlights are a well-jammed H2H and great NFA > GDTRFB > NFA combo, a standout version in a year littered with them. Uncle John's encore has some spotty vocals but is well played (same goes for PITB).
Sound is great, as per usual with CM upgrades.
Perhaps the hottest of all those '71 Not Fades... great sound, smokin' show.
Nice show. Real nice sound. We bought this house in 1971 for $16,000. Gas was 29 cents a gallon. Hard to believe now ain't it folks.
Cliff Hucker -
Subject: Where's the beef?
This sure sounds great, and it's nice having the complete show, but there really is not all that much going on here...
Decent '71 performance of The Other One and Hard to Handle is nicely stretched out, but its mostly Weir slashing before it gets bogged down. 94 pts, mostly for the sound.
Subject: The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" March 24, 1971 at the Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.
Charlie Miller does it again.
Thanks for the Love from 1971
Was that a 10 megaton nuclear detonation or just one of the more face melting explosions out of Drums into TOO out there? If there are others I would gladly welcome any comments.....